My Own Personal Wisdom, Humor, & Inspirational Quotes

I wanted to share my quotes I’ve written in the past year or so to my audience beyond the Facebook whelm and into the world, where ever you may have access to me.  What better way to first express them than through my own blog site? Reaching out to individuals who may be having a bad day, or enjoy paying it forward like as I do, is the purpose I have discovered. So I continue on with my own personal wisdom I have occupied throughout my short life hood I have already experience. This post will also give you a feel of the direction of my poetry and messages I want to expose to the rest of the world as the mainstream continues to reveal the chaos. I hope you enjoy the quotes, humor, and inspiration. I also hope it motivates your view on your life and how you see the world.

  • Life: It’s all about your journey. The path you find is of multiple directions. You will come across a number of people throughout your life, but very few, the true, will stay in your corner. Others will try to tear your heart apart. Those will also try to poison you with hatred. Stay guarded, yet expect very little from the majority that pass you by. Love those who fill you with life, love, & laughter. Prevent the negative emotions to become unstable by surrounding yourself with positivity. Hold your ground. Think before you speak. Relax your tensions before you react. But most importantly, go out to the world with an open mind, open arms, and understanding. Live life fearlessly.
  • I don’t care if I am touching the lives of a hundred or just one person. As long as I am touching lives, period. I am my own doing my thing, regardless and no one can stop me. I have full control of the wheel.
  • I’m switching “issues” over to “blessings” from this day on. Without struggles and pain, wouldn’t be vulnerability. Without vulnerability, wouldn’t be my artistic abilities.
  • All I can say to you is, from my experience, write from the heart. You can’t go wrong. Nothing wrong with putting a little more influential topics out into this fragile world. It’s an amazing feeling when people come to you and tell you how you have influenced their life! It’s good fuel for your purpose in life.
  • Artists are never on time, but always fashionably late.
  • Revelations: Agreeing to disagree isn’t easy. Especially when it comes up against your beliefs, but you know what is truly remarkable!? When a supporter/fan of your work reaches out to you and continues to enjoy your work even if you believe in different lifestyles, religious beliefs, & social issues. I can’t tell you how to live your life, but I ask for the possibility to allow me to share with you the picture I see in the eyes of the universe through my philosophy, poetry, & photography. And for that opportunity, I will love you just the same as all my other supporters/fans from any other walks of life.
  • Education is valid for the topics you’re passionate about.
  • Media:I don’t care which side of the fence you are about the situation, bottom line, we can’t make a horse drink the water even if we lead it to an ocean. Society is changing daily. We need to adjust to the change and learn to also adjust to those who aren’t on the same expressway as some of us are on. Not everyone will ever agree on one religion, on one political stance, on one social issue, we need to accept the diversity and cultures. America is known as a melting pot, meaning not everyone is going to agree on each others lifestyles. We just need to learn to respect them. Not saying … was in the right, but the media and people feeding into the unnecessary dilemma aren’t making it better either.
  • The pursuit of happiness doesn’t happen until you are firmly ready from within.
  • The Arctic Vortex, eh? Can we also get the polar bears and penguins!? How about some walruses?
  • You’d be a fool if you give in on those days you want to just hang up your towel. Look within and look for those you are touching with your inspiration. Look for those who remind you and appreciate you and take the time to keep reminding you of your purpose in life. The best is yet to come. Stand up!
  • I try to find the good, even in the worst of the worst situations.
  • Observations: I been observing my return to the artist industry. Call it as you will. Since my introduction in the social networking in 2006, I have found new friends, I have lost old friends, I have noticed loyalty also with old friends and new friends combined. I have also learned hardships and flaws, unfortunately the hard way with the fake people that have come and gone across my life. I have grown and accepted that not everyone will approve of my decisions nor my past that has helped me grow into the human being I have become in this crazy world. I have had my ups. I have had my downs. I have had my own chaos in my life. I have had my own failures. I have also had my own successes. But one thing remains true in this journey called life, I remain as real and curious of the mysteries and discoveries as much as I can as I evolve into the person my heart tells me to be and remain. Once a caterpillar stuck in my cocoon, I spread my wings as a monarch butterfly and fly.
  • I wish humanity would just stop the nonsense of arguing and hating on each other just because they don’t agree on one small thing. Learn to get along!
  • If you see success in my future, the same success I am striving for, it’s because you all kept believing and loving me.
  • I will live a long and prosperous life. Crap.
  • Struggles: Life seems to be poking me in the butt and teasing me with unfortunate bullshit right now, but I am blessed for I have goals and plans, already brewing in my mind, to come right around from the unpleasure of it. I thank God and my guardian angel for the strength and knowledge of what to do next in my life to keep pushing after my dreams. Embrace what you do have and utilize it, what you don’t have is not what you need to focus on at the moment.
  • When you find the words from the heart and exploit it, never can you go wrong.
  • Teamwork: I don’t always promote myself, I promote who I consider is my team. Without a team, without a support base, you are nothing. In order to build one, you have to go out and network and bond with people who believe in you as much as you believe in them.
  • God and Mother Earth has a way with karma. Be cautious with what you give out into the world. What you give is what you get.
  • I don’t always say the right words, but trust…

    …My heart is always in the right place.

  • Mirror: All I ask is for all of us to learn how to forgive. I would never ask for you to forget; remember yesterday and where it has lead you, to today, to who you see in the mirror looking back at you. Regardless of how much, big or small, you have grown or evolved, you still have. Don’t ever think you aren’t getting anywhere in life, because at the end of the day, you have farther than where you have been the moment you woke up. It has given us lessons to learn to live for the present, not for the past; fore yesterday is gone and dead in the water. But today, today, is for you to win in glory! And if you can’t forgive, than you aren’t merely part of humanity, for we all make mistakes whether you realize it or not.
  • Focused on the present moment, the right now, the day known as today. Come what may, because I’m living for me and what’s good for my heart.
  • My tire got nailed this morning and not in a good way. The rubber broke.
  • Chronic Illness: I’ve been down that hollow road before. I may not be as deep as I was, but it’s still a challenge to climb sometimes. It’s not a light switch you can just turn on or off. I wish people could understand that one factor. It’s a war against the demons that reside in my soul. I’m still fighting and will continue the fight, but I can’t do it alone. I just wish I had more support. For those who walk, not in front, not behind, but by my side, I thank you.
  • Be yourself. The right people, who belong in your life, will love you for it.
  • If you want to remain in pursuit of your happiness, give without any expectations. Expectations destroys the heart.
  • Evolution: Allow yourself to evolve. Allow yourself to grow. We are not giant stones. We were made to roam this beautiful Earth. But, don’t mistaken roaming with being greedy. Just let it be and involve yourself with what ‘Mother’ has to offer without destroying her beauty.
  • I am not one to sugar coat shit when it comes to advice, because my life has never been sugar coated. If you are offended by what I say even if it is with good intentions, then maybe it’s true. Think.
  • The biggest downside of being too independent with life and not having a boyfriend is not having the pleasure of randomly receiving flowers. Gah! Poop!
  • Dear Sweatpants & Hoodies,

    Thanks for always being there for me.

    Sexy And I Know It, But
    To Lazy To Show It

  • Beauty: I, myself, use to think I was ugly. I hated what image the mirror showed me in its image… It took years for me to accept myself as a whole. My image, my past, my present, my gifts God has given me to excel towards my future. What I found out is, we are all beautiful in our own ways. My beauty comes from having my own style, living my own life, and having my own mind. Remember this key factor in life and the sun will brighten your aura and let you shine too.
  • We create originality. Copy cats not allowed!
  • My life is like a Babe Ruth candy bar. It can be a bit nutty sometimes.
  • Must be willing to open your mind & skill set to achieve greatness.
  • Confessions: Singing for karaoke is something I’m use to. it comes naturally for me. But when it comes to reading my own poetry on a mic, I get flustered sometimes. There are no words that can explain the adrenaline and butterflies in my internal system that arouses when I am on stage about to read my own piece that I have written fully from the heart. None the less, it’s still a beautiful exposure to get the words that tell my stories out to my audience.
  • Art is my therapy for the tribulations I have experienced in my life.
  • Changes are necessary when it comes to one’s happiness.
  • Promises: I was told recently that promises are meant to be broken. I feel many believe in this stature, because just like, “I love you” the phrase, “I promise” gets thrown around like a box of donuts nowadays. In my belief system, promises are sacred and are not meant to be broken. That is why this world is full of disappointments. People abuse this phrase like they abuse, “I love you.” That is why I only make very few promises in life and those are the ones I know I can follow through with one day. I may not be able to make a promise and make it happen overnight, but I promise you this, the promises I do make, become my short-term and long-term goals in life.
  • Dear men-er-boys;

    Talk with your mind, not with your penis. You are confusing your heads again. You must have forgotten you were talking to a woman.

  • Changes: Evolving and growth, it’s a lifelong experience if you want life to be filled in full.
  • Keep your friends close & your enemies closer. False! That’s one way to live a miserable life, having to always watch your back. Surround yourself with the right people who love you and no one can drown you or stop you from your mission in life.
  • Sobriety: I can either hit my problems, failures, and concequences for my choices head on or run away from them towards alcohol and numb myself. I still have to live for my past choices, but I remain truthful with my sobriety and in return try harder to succeed.
  • Keep smiling. You never know what your smile can do for a person.
  • Don’t confuse my shyness with insecurities, because I’ll guarantee if there is one thing I’m secured about, it’s myself and my character.
  • I went from a “child” who thought she knew everything to an “adult” who is curious to see how we can change the world into a better place. Don’t talk about wanting the world to change if you don’t do nothing about it. Walk the walk, my friends. Walk the walk.
  • The only reason why humanity is “cursed” with war and violence is because we believe it. Once we believe in love and peace as a whole, the world will change its ways.
  • I wish I could run as fast as I can wash, rinse, and sanitize dishes.
  • Facebook wants me to post my address to update my contact information.

    My reply: Fuck you.

  • Forgiveness: Through my short life, I have accepted that we all make mistakes. I have made a shit ton, fore we are only human. To truly live in prosperity, you need to learn forgiveness through and through, not just with others who have done you wrong, but also with yourself and the wrongs you have done or you will live your life with misery and that is not fun. I also learn to hold the reigns on my heart to a point to allow myself to give love to this world, but at the same time, be cautious as to not have such high expectations. High expectations become high disappointments. Words are words, if you see her gestures are thorough with love and support in your relationship, than you know. Actions and honesty should stand out with the apologizes to know who is true to their heart.
  • We can’t always have what we want. We can’t always have what we wish for. But we can be content with the life we have.
  • I’m like a magnet, gays are my refrigerator. I just pfft.. stick right on.
  • Influence: It’s not about the fame. It’s not about a face to the name. It’s about having a positive influence on a person’s life like my heroes have done for me. Even if I’m only influencing one person, it’s still better than none. Not everyone wants to hear your stories, but that doesn’t mean for you to stop telling them. It’s not up to the critics on what you have to give out into this world, it’s up to you. All I ask is to stay true to yourself.
  • Kicking Motivation In People’s Ass With A Steel Toe Boot

    Courtesy of Veteran’s Today

    The clock is ticking. Fifty minutes before I have to be where I seriously don’t want to be. I barely have any motivation for my current employment at the moment anymore, but I have a job. 

    I really hate publicizing my personal life. I do. I am not writing this out of pity or asking for sympathy, because I feel I made the choices that got me here. Could employment be better? Yes. Could the economy be better? I fucking wish. 

    I do feel my life sucks, but I know it can always get worse. Even though I am on a brink right now, I keep pushing with whatever strength I have. I should be finishing up training in Virginia right now, with a second pay check from the military to take me to my vacation spot in Florida for another week. But, I am not. I am stuck back home in Wisconsin watching our first snow fall and watching our seasons change for winter rapidly. Rent is late this month. Because I work for a corporate that doesn’t feel like increasing their minions’ wages to be able to help them make a living. The corporate doesn’t even want to function with the government with the raise of minimum wage and yet they are the most successful corporation in the world.

    Am I doing anything about it? Yes, I am applying at other jobs, all the while, continuing to try to per sue my dreams in writing the best I can right now. I had a goal to be moved out to California by my 28th birthday in June, but that opportunity seems to be getting throwing out the window. 

    Courtesy of Stylez Fine Arts

    I don’t hardly socialize anymore, unless I am able to afford to go out for dinner.  I am tired of the bar scene and that’s all this society I currently reside in are all about. I even stopped going to karaoke. We have the largest six-pack in the world at our local brewery. Every year during Oktoberfest, college kids feel it’s beyond cool to flip cars and go fucking crazy. Sad, but true.

    On to better news, I am also swallowing my pride and seeing if I can get assistance from the Veteran’s Affairs to assist me to get back on my feet, permanently. It’s frustrating, because I am one of those struggling veterans when the rest of the people I surround myself with are doing amazing, whether it’s with finances, families, friends, fame, etc. So it sucks that I need all this help and I can’t sense to find anyone who has the same issues that I do when it comes to life. 

    Regardless of all my current issues, I am still blessed. I got two best friends that are furry and weighs less than twenty pounds. I still have my hearing to embrace my music inducing moments. I have my eye sight to embrace my movie inducing moments as well.  I still have a roof over my head even if rent is late from time to time. Shows how supportive my landlord has been during my struggles, past and present. I may not have a companion to share my life struggles and success with, but I also am not a single mother stranded in this world with welfare. I have a mother, stepfather, two brothers, their girlfriends, & three nephews, who are all healthy as healthy can get. I also have a vehicle, with a monthly payment of course, and not of a GEO Spectrum kind. Do they even make those things anymore?! Anyway, if I do lose my apartment, at least I have a place to stay warm, especially for this winter… And that’s in my truck.

    All kidding aside, I could be sitting worse than what I am now, no matter how much my life sucks. Did I mention I can still manage to pay my internet bill, so I can write this for you, my audience? A lot is going on in my life at the moment, but at least I am not sitting on my ass feeling sorry for myself. I am trying to take as much action as I am able too. I learned from the Army life of, “Hurry Up & Wait.” That is at every aspect in life. 

    So if you feel like life isn’t feeding you sugar coated candy, think of me or better yet, think of a homeless vet that is trying to get the help that I am able to receive at this moment in my life. Life is all about perspective of things. It does suck to try and think of positive outcomes when your emotionally drained and washed up with depression and anxiety. I deal with that shit on a day to day basis too. What isn’t right with me, I often ask? What the hell motivates me to not give up? The hope and prayers that I can be one who makes a difference in enough peoples’ lives to save theirs like my heroes has saved mine in more than a couple times in my life’s testaments that God has given me. Roy Dupuis & Romeo Dallaire. Look them up. My inspirations on an every day basis, no matter how many tears are shed or how many things get thrown in the house.

    Until Next Time…

    2013©H.M. Gautsch

    The Miami Dolphins Should Have Their Own Lifetime Movie

    Courtesy of “Quotes For The Mind”

    Better yet, let us feed another desperate reality television show on Richard Incognito to the eyes of children because they don’t have enough of that expressing on today’s television programs. Criticism has weighed in heavily with the bullying episode of Jonathan Martin vs. Richard Incognito down in the land of Dane County. I find it surprising on how many people are supporting Richard Incognito, even with the proof of the voice mail from Jonathan Martin’s cell phone in NFL’s hands.

    Courtesy of ESPN

    Now, Incognito is a big dude. So why does he need to bully to prove his strength and his alpha personality, so to speak? Why is it always the bigger kids are the ones showing more short-man syndrome than the smaller kids? I just don’t understand the behavior at all nor understand how adults think it’s okay for kids to grow up as bullies. Haven’t we learned yet that the smaller children, usually the ones with the brains, usually always comes out on top in the end? It’s karma. Try to keep others on the bottom of the food chain, you become the bottom. That is, if they don’t commit suicide. Another sour taste in the mouth. Don’t you think?

    Too many have given up on their lives due to hurtful words. Hell, if you look at it in a world’s perspective, humanity is known for it’s bullying affect to the rest of the species that are trying to co-exist with us. What is the reason behind it? Insecurity? Listen, I got my own insecurities too. All of humanity does one way or another, but I also have enough confidence and morals to know what is right and what is wrong in any given situation. The confidence builds with the education I am interest in and allow myself to take in.

    Courtesy of CBS Sports

    The stories I hear about this situation makes me sad. Whether to believe them or not is not the case here. So what if Jonathan Martin isn’t mentally strong as the average man should be. So what if he’s a bit sensitive, but I strongly believe the strongest men are those who aren’t afraid to show their emotions from time to time. He didn’t feel he found the support he needed so he removed himself from the situation instead of hurting himself and hurting someone else like Richard Incognito. 

    Do I blame him for walking away and reporting the situation? No. I don’t usually take sides on situations, but bullying and people who support Incognito is ethically wrong. It’s just sad that there isn’t enough of people raising their voice in awareness of bullying. Yes, I also feel we all need thicker skin, but who here really has thicker skin? The one who chooses to lash out on verbal abuse, possibly violence, and become the one people feared, or the one who stayed civilized as possible and did what he has simply learned. We are not taught the same with how to handle a problem that may be getting out of hand. We are taught by what our nurturing elements teach us whether it’s family or friends. That is if we are taught at all. Let’s look at the brighter side if this. Let us be happy that he swallowed his pride and got the help he needed when he needed it before it was too late.Let us look at Martin being the stronger man in this for getting the help he needs instead of letting it run his life or his NFL career in this case. Let us pray that he recovers from the emotional scars that were stabbed in his back from his own teammate that outsiders would have considered like family. Isn’t that how we see all our favorite teams? All we see is the “bromance”, not the struggles behind the cameras when they go off air. This is just some old dirty laundry of Incognito’s that Martin just had the courage to hang out on the clothesline. Whether he was right or wrong to be the one to do so, karma and time will reveal the truth of it. Now I can possibly see why Reggie Bush wasn’t hesitant to leave the team when he was released.

    Until Next Time…

    2013©H.M. Gautsch

    Sack Depression Like You Are Clay Matthews

    I am stepping away from my poetry posts, to share a little influence with you all. Life surely knows how to throw it’s punches. Am I right? It isn’t easy, but you do get stronger with time and the knowledge you prevail along your journey. One intel I will share about me is that I struggle with  post traumatic stress disorder and I have also struggled with depression from time to time. I was diagnosed in 2009, with years prior where I battled with denial and a negative surrounding. 

    I guess part of my success with my issues, is I have accepted my mental disorders and I learned to research and expand my knowledge in the psychology field to see what works for me and what doesn’t work for me, as well as, understanding how my membrane works during my days on the brink.

    Now, because I am diagnosed with both PTSD and depression, that doesn’t mean I am long in the face from day to day basis with no hope in life. Honestly, I do struggle with my faith from time to time, but it’s humane to do so. I truly believe that God wouldn’t give you the life you can’t handle. Usually I am like a rabbit, hopping around with a load of energy, with my personality and many wonder where a twenty-seven year old like me has so much spunk. Most of the time, people don’t think I am as old as I am, but not sure if that’s my personality or my young looks. 

    Lately, I have been on another struggling bound in my life, but this time it’s different from the previous years. Instead of mixing medication with alcohol, I am hitting this thing head on without alcohol and chemicals that train the mind to be a robot. Well, that’s my experience with it anyways. Not sure if it was the chemical mixture of both, but I was numb with no feelings and/or angry with the World. My exes from previous years would tell you I was an “asshole” or a “bitch.” I was sour with life just rolling with it, but that was the past.

    Also, when I use to drink, I was the life of the party, with my friends anyways. With my exes, it was usually drama and passing out. Today, I am social to an extent, but I’d rather just chill at home watching my favorite movies, cook and mess up my kitchen like a tornado hit it, and just write on my projects. I have been slacking with my fitness gig, I need to push myself back into it. I crashed and burned in March for overdoing my work outs with Insanity four-five days a week, plus kickboxing on the weekends, and gym time for two hours at a time, for at least three-four times a week. It was my distraction from drinking for awhile. I felt like wonder woman during the winter. Now, I am lucky if I get the motivation to hit the gym, twice a week. 

    Anytime, I get frustrated with life, I look back at where I once was just a few years ago and where I am now, in the present moment. No, I am not talking about sitting on my ass and staring at my computer screen. I am talking about being nearly eleven months sober and about to publish my first poetry book for my audience, while I work on several novel projects and my personal life memoir as I reveal the journey that got me where I am today. For that, I want to re-post what I once posted over a year ago, about the natural therapeutic techniques that have helped me ten times more than just medication and counseling.

    Natural Therapeutic Techniques


    • Moral Support
      – Emotional & mental support is the best whether it’s a significant other, family member, or a true friend. I learned to let go of the negative in my life finally after being afraid of it. It’s true, misery loves company and it is tempting to lock yourself in it’s comfort zone, but don’t. You will learn it’s just a black hole, preventing you from extraordinary things. Find friends and loved ones who treat you, the way you treat them, as if you are their World.

    •  Pets
      – I have two small dogs. I sometimes wish I had a bigger cuddle buddy, but at the end of the night, and looking pass the dog fur that has shed all over the apartment, and their imperfections, these two dogs are my mirror, so to speak. Rocky had a huge temper problem, like me, when I first got him over three years ago, but with a little work and discipline and unconditional love, he is secured in his relationship with me and snugs with me every chance he gets. Bear, on the other hand, loves to play and needs to be loved too much. He is just a lost cost, but he’s open my eyes to what I have been yearning for, for years now. I don’t how I would have gotten through most my bad days without having someone to go home to at the end of the day. Even if that person is a furry four legged pain in the ass. A great reason to not let go of your pet. You learn you need them as much as they need you. 


    • Grateful List
      – Make a list of the things  you’re grateful for and add a new thing daily. It’ll make your day go by so much easier and smoother. Big or small, for example. “I am grateful to wake up for another day. Thank you, Jesus.” -or- “I am grateful to not be in the wrong place, at the wrong time, to be committed to crimes I did not commit.” It’s all about perspective in life. Bottle half full, bottle half empty, or just drink the damn thing and go on with your business!

    • Foods & Beverages
      – To start the food and drinks transition, make a pros and cons list of the items you digest in your body. From my experience, It’s best to lay off the soda, pop, soda pop and replace it with green tea, black tea, chai, and water. As for the food intake, try to lay off the eating out, especially at fast food, and cook at home more. It’s fun overall, but it’s more fun when and if you can share the kitchen with a friend or a companion. I have a Culinary Management degree, there should be no exception for me, unless I work at a restaurant, but right now, I don’t. The biggest factor as well to live by, is of course, portions you eat. Don’t eat the same thing over and over and over again. Boring! Nor, don’t overload your plate with food you won’t eat. The problem with Americans is we tend to bigger eyes than we do our stomachs. We need to train our minds to eat to live, not live to eat. Educate yourself with nutrition, hell, even take a class. Nutrition was one of my favorite classes I took in college. Maybe I’ll take it again, for shits and giggles. 

    • Nature
      – I love the outdoors! There is nothing more peaceful than hiking in the bluffs that lie across the river banks of the grand ole’ Mississippi River. Nature is a key place, away from the city, or in an Eco-system park, if you can’t escape the city, that is purely right for meditation and catch up with Mother Earth. I am a strong believer that if you take good care of her, she will in return, take good care of you. I also grew up in the country, and when I can escape the current city I live in, I go home to my parents’ future retirement spot, let Mother cook me breakfast, as I start a bonfire without trying to burn our neighbor’s corn field down. Wisconsin has so much more to offer than the whole binge drinking atmosphere and reputation we carry. I just wish we, as the citizens, could look past that and conquer the issue, hands on. Also, it breaks my heart to see the frac sand mining companies destroy something so valuable just for the greed of money made of paper.

    • Music
      – Music is one of the best therapies for me. I am a huge music fan, considering I grew up to country music, hip hop music, real boy bands who are now men, alternative rock and Creed. Music has gotten me through so much in my early years as a teen, before I was diagnosed with depression. Today, music is a huge influence for my poetic findings in words. Which, ironically has also been a main therapeutic techniques for my bad days. Some of my favorite artists are Lady Antebellum, T.I., Eminem, George Straight, Faith Hill, Chris Rene, Flipsyde, & Creed, etc. I just realize, too many to list.

    • Movies
      – One of my favorite hobbies is watching movies, whether it’s movies I grew up too, for example, Kevin Costner’s Robin Hood or Charlie Sheen’s The Three Musketeers or foreign movies with my favorite actor, Roy Dupuis. Movies also trigger ideas and is an influence to my story writings. Unfortunately I am still getting use to the story concept of writing and deal with many writer’s block on this level. However, there seems to be a pattern here with the writing scheme. I don’t think I need another bulletin for it.

    So the conclusion of this note is if it wasn’t for the alternative therapy techniques, I’d probably still be an alcoholic on medication, drinking my paychecks away. Great times! Even though I am on a small downfall at the moment in time, I know I’ll pull through eventually. I just need to let the roller coast it’s way through this current moment. But no, in all realness, believe in yourself cause someone else out there believes in you. Don’t worry about your mistakes, cause that’s what makes you and at the end of the day, we are all human. We were born to make mistakes and learn from them. Don’t be afraid to let go of the past, because once you learn to close the door of unnecessary, the door of opportunities opens for you.

    ~ Stay blessed,

    H.M. Gautsch